José Antonio Rodriguez’s exhibit titled Otras miradas. Fotógrafas en México 1832-1960 focuses on women photographers in Mexico, and has opened in Madrid at the Casamérica (Casa de America). It will run until January 9, 2012. The exhibit was previously shown at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City. Plans are underway for the next showing to be at the Museo Amparo in Puebla, Mexico in 2012.
Featured in the exhibit is an album of over 100 photographic prints of the ancient Maya ruins made by Alice Dixon Le Plongeon in the 1870s. It is shown along with the work of such important photographers as Tina Modotti, Helen Levitt, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Greta Sager, Caecilie Seler-Sachs, and paintings by Frida Kahlo.
For additional information on the exhibit link to: Otras miradas. Fotógrafas en México 1872-1960 | Casamérica, Madrid